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LAS VEGAS, NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, USA - NOVEMBER 13, 2010: United States Air Force Demonstration Squadron officers #5 and #6 performing famous maneuver called \"mirror pass\" during annual air show Aviation Nation hosted by Nellis AFB located in Las Vegas, NV, USA
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Thundebirds is a United States Air Force Demonstration Squadron and is based in Nellis AFB located in Las Vegas, NV. Thunderbirds are one of the most popular and best aerobatic teams in hte world. They famous of performing formation flying but also solo demonstrations of F-16 fighting Falcons and planes abilities in the air. Thunderbirds flying Lockheed Martin F-16C/D Fighting Falcon (Block 52), the newest version of F-16 fighter jet with the new avionics systems announced for military use by USAF in early 2010.Thundebirds is a United States Air Force Demonstration Squadron and is based in Nellis AFB located in Las Vegas, NV. Thunderbirds are one of the most popular and best aerobatic teams in hte world. They famous of performing formation flying but also solo demonstrations of F-16 fighting Falcons and planes abilities in the air. Thunderbirds flying Lockheed Martin F-16C/D Fighting Falcon (Block 52), the newest version of F-16 fighter jet with the new avionics systems announced for military use by USAF in early 2010.
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